KompoZer: The Basics v1.0.0
2.To permit the request to open the browser,
You see index.html in the default browser.
3.Test the links.
4.Switch back to KompoZer.
Using a Table for Web Page Layout
Creating the layout for a Web page can be acccomplished in a number of dif-
ferent ways, including newer standards that supersede the use of tables for lay-
out. However, KompoZer does not yet intuitively support these methods.
We’ll see how to create and format a table to provide the layout for compari-
son.html. We’ll also create a navigation bar that uses internal links. Once
we’ve changed comparison.html, we can transfer it to the Web account again.
First let’s open comparison.html in KompoZer.
1.To begin opening the ﬁle,
2.To select the file,
Inserting a Table
Tables can be used to organize text and images in a Web page layout.
KompoZer provides a quick and easy way to create tables, though they are
sometimes difficult to edit.
The most basic element of a table is called a cell. Each cell can contain text or
graphics. Cells combine to form rows and columns. Rows are horizontal and
span across the table. Columns are vertical and span up and down the table.
We’ll create a simple table with left-side navigation . This means the page nav-
igation will be controlled from the left column of the table. The table will con-
tain two columns and one row.